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CNC machinist seeks work; He's a male, American, middle aged.. fluent English reading, writing skills.
He's got formal education from vocational school, graduated from machine shop program, then attended college for manufacturing engineering program... didn't formally graduate, however, but he accumulated over 100 credits from Boston area colleges. He attended adult education courses for CNC programming using MasterCam 10 software; knows how to create the geometry and use the tool manager and selections page but didn't get the opportunity to write a program to use on the shop floor yet - but he's itching to do so!

He has a machinist's tool chest with lots of measuring tools like Verniers, micrometers, gage pins and all that stuff... wants the chance to use them.
He can think on his feet but just not as quickly as some shop managers and owners would prefer. He has no problem with shop math and some trigonometry and he can use the inspection equipment - given a bit of instruction with CMM machines. He has recently used a Brown and Sharpe CMM and a Carl Zeiss Contura 250 CMM (high end model, expensive) with a working program for measuring the parts.

He works well with others but because of his age group may struggle keeping pace in a fast paced shop. He has no health issues... he's just getting slow with age.

He does demand a decent and acceptable living wage for his labor, and he doesn't like working weekends. He demands a minimum of $19.00 and hour and he wants more if he has to do set-up of the machines, which he knows to a certain degree. He has done set-ups of lathes and mill-drill but usually with a supervisor in the shop if he encounters a hurdle that he needs a hand clearing. He would need some instruction with electronic tool setters as he's used to using edge finders to set up on CNC vertical and horizontal mills.

He's working as a CNC operator now but the shift he works is really difficult as it runs until 3:00 AM weeknights / mornings. He prefers a second - night shift but he needs a shift that ends earlier than the one he works now. He's flexible about work shifts.

His references from past jobs are spotty. However, he has held position in machining for several years without interruption with more than one company. He began working in the machining field in 1977 and continued in it until the mid-1990s when a personal situation demanded a recess from his work in it. However, he returned to machining in the early 2000s and he has been working in it since then.

He's ready to go and enthused about CNC machining so if you need some help on your shop floor he would be a reliable and knowledgable employee.

Call the phone number attached to the posting if you wish further information. Thank You.
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